thursday reading list

And the nations were angry, and your wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that you should give reward to your servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear your name, small and great; and should destroy them which destroy the earth.

Revelation 11: 18

Climate change will cause stress and breakdowns in many of the US’s critical energy and defense sectors. Let’s pray that Congress and state legislatures, such as Kentucky’s, can begin taking a more proactive stance on the issue.

As Congress stagnates on the immigration debate, a reminder that people’s lives constantly hang in the balance as the world ¬†turns.

As the world shrinks, Adventurers shift from pure exploration to the pursuit of the extreme.

With and other Silicon Valley-based Political Action groups attempting to take on Washington, techie teens need to realize they’re not politicians.

What sells for $65 per drink and is more difficult to acquire than a Ferari? Pappy Van Winkle¬†(Louisville Magazine, page 66) is rapidly becoming the “unobtainium” of rednecks and red carpet alike.


monday reading list

“The best way to compile inaccurate information that no one wants is to make it up.”

~ Scott Adams

Yahoo is expected to make a $1.1 billion cash bid on Tumblr, hoping to monetize the site. This begs the question of what they are going to do with all of the porn.

RyanAir is awesome for customers and making a fortune, but it sucks to work there.

The Space Age didn’t die with NASA, but the age of space tourism is being born right now with the likes of SpaceX and Virgin Galactic.

What do accomplished writers and victorious armies have in common? Syphilis. Does the disease make the man or does the man simply make poor decisions?

Fracking has recently undercut coal as the cheapest form of energy in the United States. It’s also cleaner, for now. But what do we know about fracking and the chemicals that make it work? Almost nothing.